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The virtual exhibition "Mirvarid Dilbazi" was presented to users online in the National Library.


This year marks the 110th anniversary of the birth of Mirvarid Dilbazi, one of the most prominent figures of the 20th century Azerbaijani lyric.

Mirvarid Pasha Dilbazi started her creativity during her school years, and her first poem "Women's Freedom", which she wrote on the subject of women's freedom, was published in 1927 in the magazine "October Flames".Mirvarid Dilbazi, better known as a lyric poet and translator, is a woman who looks for her happiness in pure love and is the epitome of loyalty. The colorful aspects of the world of motherhood are reflected in the poet's lyrics. In Mirvarid Dilbazi's work, the theme of defending the Motherland occupies a central place. During the years of the Patriotic War, seven books of the poetess were published, six of which were dedicated to the Patriotic War.

Mirvarid Dilbazi created valuable lyrical works as a witness to historical events in the socio-political life of Azerbaijan from the end of the 20th century. "Cry, my bow, cry", "Don't let me cry" and other poems dedicated to refugees and internally displaced persons who were displaced from their villages are the most valuable examples of poetry written on this topic.

Poet's poems have also been translated and published in many countries of the world. Mirvarid Dilbazi has an only daughter named Khatira. The poet died on July 12, 2001.

On the occasion of Mirvarid Dilbazi's 110th anniversary, a virtual exhibition called "Mirvarid Dilbazi" was prepared by the employees of the Azerbaijan National Library named after M.F. Akhundov. Official documents, photos, books and articles about Mirvarid Dilbazi are displayed in the virtual exhibition.

Those who want to get acquainted with the virtual exhibition can access the link